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  • IIS worldwide server share increasing

    According to Netcraft , Microsoft gained about 4.71 percent web server market share. I'm happy to see this evolution: IIS and ASP.NET are really great pieces of technology and a lot has been proven on the field of security and reliability in the last couple of years (Code Red was a big security turn...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/04/2006
  • How to boost your managed code performance? Some tips...

    Last days, I've been evaluating some medium-sized project on the field performance, more specifically on the level of CLR managed code. Let's give a collection of tips in this post to make your app more performing. 1. Let garbage collection do its work Garbage collection is a great thing for various...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 18/12/2004
  • Nikhil's server up for > 250 days

    According to Netcraft ( http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph?site=www.nikhilk.net ), Nikhil Kothari's server at Microsoft is now running for 251 days which means he has outperformed me on the field of system uptime. My record on www.bartdesmet.net (running Windows 2000 back then) was 250 days :-). Maybe...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 16/10/2004
  • My MSDN.be article about HttpHandlers - issue in Windows XP (IIS 5.1)

    Some people told me that there is a problem to create the mappings of extensions to the ASP.NET ISAPI in IIS 5.1 on Windows XP (the OK button remains grayed out). This KB article explains this confirmed problem on Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=317948 . If you did not read the article yet...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 26/08/2004
  • Cassini as a service

    The download stats on my web server for my "Cassini as a service" sample are hitting the big numbers currently (over 1000 already). If you're interested, you can find more info on http://www.asp.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?tabindex=1&PostID=594985 . Cassini is a lightweight webserver for ASP.NET that...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 12/08/2004
  • Impress yourself with "Express"

    Okay, developer guys. Just go ahead and take a jumpstart with the free Express tools that were released a few days ago on TechEd Europe 2004. These are lightweight versions of the development tools (Whidbey/Yukon timeframe) especially built for hobbyists and informatics enthousiast to get to know the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 01/07/2004
  • System.Web.MailMessage - SMTP with authentication?

    In some cases it's needed to authenticate yourself to use an SMTP server to send e-mails. At first sight, the .NET Framework's MailMessage class does not offer support for this. However, there is the magic collection "Fields" of the MailMessage class that can help you to do this. Darren Jefford (MS UK...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 21/04/2004
  • Article on HTTP Handlers released!

    You can read my latest article covering HTTP Handlers in ASP.NET on our local MSDN website via this link . In the article I'm explaining how to work with the equivalent of ISAPI extensions in ASP.NET, i.e. HTTP Handlers: how to create a new extension and map this extension to the ASP.NET runtime? developing...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 15/12/2003
  • ASP.NET Whidbey site released

    Yoehoe! Check out www.asp.net/whidbey to see some of the great features in ASP.NET v2.0 (currently in an alpha stadium). There are really a lot of cool features out there, visit Rob's blog on http://weblogs.asp.net/rhoward to get regular updates and a sneak preview of the great ASP.NET Cache Database...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 28/10/2003
  • ASP.NET v2.0 - About Whidbey

    Today I've been working on the alpha release of Whidbey . I cannot say a lot about this technology yet, but here's just one thing: ASP.NET v2.0 really rocks :). People who know me will know how excited I am about ASP.NET v1.x and the entire .NET Framework. I'm even more excited about this new software...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 17/10/2003
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